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ScrapBook X is a legacy Firefox add-on based on ScrapBook (by Gomita) and ScrapBook Plus (by haselnuss).


  1. Save web pages faithfully: Web pages shown in the browser can be saved without losing any subtle detail. Metadata such as source URL and saving time are recorded for later reference.
  2. Save partial content: You can save partial web content. You can decide whether to save images, audio and video files, fonts, frames, styles, and/or scripts. You can decide how to process saved styles. You can edit the web content before saving. You can save a web page as a bookmark. ... And more ways for saving are available for you.
  3. Extensive save: You can save web pages and files linked by the web page, save multiple opened tabs, save a list of pages using a URL list, ..., and there are more batch saving functionality available for you.
  4. Manage data: You can manage saved items with a tree structure, just as easy as managing the bookmarks.
  5. Search data: You can search any fragment of the saved web pages with the built-in full-text engine.
  6. Edit data: You can add highlights, comments, annotations, or even edit the source html for the saved pages.
  7. Take notes: You can create note pages in ScrapBook, and edit them as easy as editing web pages.
  8. Input and output data: You can combine multiple data items into one. You can generate HTML tree list and make a static scrapbook site. You can configure multi-ScrapBook databases that won't interfere with each other. You can import and export data items for backup or exchange.
  9. Addons: Some Firefox add-ons can be integrated with ScrapBook to extend its power, such as these ones.


Download the .xpi file of a desired version in the releases list with a Firefox-like browser and you are done.

  • Be sure to disable or remove ScrapBook, ScrapBook Plus, or other similar add-ons to prevent a potential conflict.

  • ScrapBook X, as a legacy Firefox add-on, is not supported by Firefox Quantum (>= 57). You can install and use the successor browser extension WebScrapBook in a modern browser, or install ScrapBook X in older Firefox or a Firefox (Gecko) fork which supports XUL/XPCOM, such as WaterFox, Basilisk, or Pale Moon.

  • Since Firefox 43, add-ons are required to be signed by Mozilla to be usable, while ScrapBook X > 1.14.5 are no more signed as Mozilla has stopped support of signing for legacy add-ons. To get the latest ScrapBook X work, use Developer Edition, Nightly, or ESR versions of Firefox (with xpinstall.signatures.required preference in about:config toggled false), or use an older Firefox version or a Firefox fork described in the previous point.

  • ScrapBook X is not compatible with Electrolysis (e10s). Be sure to disable e10s (check the Multiprocess-related fields in about:support) when using ScrapBook X or it may not function as expected.

See Also


ScrapBook X – a Firefox add-on that inherits from ScrapBook by Gomita and ScrapBook Plus by haselnuss




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